The Shirt Machine was an excellent resource which inspired my Year 4 class. Although it was based upon explanation it provided the opportunity to write for various different purposes e.g. letter. We also made origami shirts, designed them and for home learning we asked the children to design their own shirt and make a model of the machine. The film also provided opportunities to explore onomatopoei as the machine made such weird noises. I read a poem from 'Noisy poems' to the class about a machine. they created their own poems using onomatopoeia. Although the teacher's plans were very good I adapted them to suit the needs of my class. Thankyou for such an excellent resource.
from Rona Year 4 teacher
Designed for KS1 - 4 Teachers, LSAs or parents to help young people achieve writing or literacy goals.
Older students are able to use the workbook independently. Also suitable for adult projects and making changes to your life.
This workbook gives an opportunity to reflect on what's important in life and in relation to Literacy and Writing. There is ample space to think, log goals, timescales, actions. In particular, the positive self-reviewing section (supporting optimism) by collect evidence of success, is essential for success. Additionally, the resilience strategy and spaces for reflection can be used if needed! Fabulous feedback to date. Workshops available.
Perfect for Y6 and KS3 SATs although best completed with the support of an adult or parent at this age.
More at www.bounding.org.uk Contact 07751723806 for a copy or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
40 pages A5 ISBN 978-0-9954846-2-7 Paperback £7 includes P& P
Here is everything you and your students will need in order to achieve perfect marks for every single question in the new GCSE OCR qualification.
Every PowerPoint looks in detail at the planning and answering method, as well as modelling a perfect mark plan and response.
This is perfect for revision or teaching or simply just using it to save time writing your own models.
Everything you need for every question is already here; why waste your own time?